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Gone But Not Forgotten: Giving Thanks, One Photo At A Time

The Angels Support Group has been busy putting up photos in a senior center conference room that doubles as a museum filled with artifacts chronicling the center’s... Read more »

Has California Hit The Brakes In Regulating Breath-Robbing Big Rigs?

OAKLAND, Calif. — James Lockett sits on his bed and opens the drawer of his nightstand, revealing a stash of asthma inhalers: purple disc-shaped ones he uses twice... Read more »

Supervisores Aprueba Complejo de Apartamentos

La Junta de Supervisores rechazo el martes una apelación por los residentes del Este de Los Ángeles para bloquear el desarrollo de unidades de alquiler asequibles... Read more »

Families Fear Missing Ramona Gardens Teens Could Be Suicidal

Two teenagers who went missing Wednesday in Boyle Heights and were feared to be suicidal have been found unharmed, police said early this morning. Police said the... Read more »

Fear of Cancer, Lead Poisoning Haunt People Living Near Closed Exide Plant

A majority of households near the shuttered Exide battery-recycling plant in Vernon are concerned that someone in their home might   get cancer or lead poisoning... Read more »

Medida que convertiría California en “estado santuario” recibe respaldos

El proyecto de ley que busca convertir a California en un “estado santuario” recibió lunes el respaldo del jefe del Departamento de Policía de Los Ángeles... Read more »

Play Ball! City Terrace Park Gets in the Swing of Things

It’s high fives to encourage young baseball players Saturday at City Terrace Park. Pictured: (right to left) Congressman-elect Jimmy Gomez, Antonio Chapa-Senior... Read more »

Eastern L.A. Biotech Park Could Create ‘Explosion of Employment’

The competition for biotech investment is escalating, and President C. L. Max Nikias wants to make sure Los Angeles emerges a winner. “Los Angeles finds itself... Read more »

This Father’s Day: Orphans, A Cruel Trump Legacy

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Several Democratic members of Congress asked President Donald Trump last week not to leave any more children of undocumented immigrants orphaned,... Read more »

Los Angelezs Moves to Grant Tax Relief to Urban Farms

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday tentatively approved an ordinance to grant tax relief to city farmers and encourage them to transform empty lots into urban... Read more »

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